7 Tips for Stress-Free 401(k) Investing
7 Tips for Stress-Free 401(k) Investing

401(k) plans are confusing for many of us, but they don’t have to be. Here’s how to make the most of this powerful retirement savings tool.

8 Spectacularly Scenic Road Trips for Enjoying Fall Foliage
8 Spectacularly Scenic Road Trips for Enjoying Fall Foliage

You can find travel-worthy displays of color nestled in breathtaking natural surroundings across the U.S. These scenic byways are proof.

8 Restaurants Offering Free or Cheap Tacos on Thursday
8 Restaurants Offering Free or Cheap Tacos on Thursday

Thursday is National Taco Day, and these chains are celebrating by serving up taco freebies and deals.

Viewers Say This Is the Best TV Service for the Money
Viewers Say This Is the Best TV Service for the Money

A new study reveals which TV providers offer the most value in the eyes of consumers. Does your TV service measure up?

5 Expenses That Vanish During Retirement
5 Expenses That Vanish During Retirement

A few key costs disappear once you quit the 9-to-5 grind. Find out how you’ll save during your golden years.

8 Steps to a Successful Rebound From a Job Loss
8 Steps to a Successful Rebound From a Job Loss

Losing a job can be demoralizing and expensive. If you find yourself in between, here are the keys to getting back on track fast.

3 Ways Retirees Can Cash In on Their Growing Home Equity
3 Ways Retirees Can Cash In on Their Growing Home Equity

Homeowners ages 62 and older are enjoying newfound wealth due to rising home prices. Here’s how to convert home equity into cash for retirement.

2-Minute Money Manager: Should I Sell My House to an As-Is, All-Cash Buyer?
2-Minute Money Manager: Should I Sell My House to an As-Is, All-Cash Buyer?

You’ve seen the signs on the side of the road or the ads online: “We Buy Ugly Houses!” Sound too good to be true? Here’s my take.

What’s Your Stock Market IQ? Take This Test
What’s Your Stock Market IQ? Take This Test

You might be surprised by how much — or how little — you know about investing in stocks. See how you fare on this quick quiz.

7 Great Ways to Save More Money at Big Lots
7 Great Ways to Save More Money at Big Lots

With a little extra effort, you can cut Big Lots’ low prices by a lot more. Here’s how to do it.

How Much You Need to Earn to Own a Home in 50 Top Cities
How Much You Need to Earn to Own a Home in 50 Top Cities

How much you have to earn to afford to buy and maintain a home varies widely from city to city — depending not only on home prices, but also on taxes, insurance and other costs.

9 Spooktacular Freebies You Can Get in October
9 Spooktacular Freebies You Can Get in October

We’ve got some freebies to sink your fangs into during October. They’re so good, it’s scary.

Should I Drop Cable and Stream Instead?
Should I Drop Cable and Stream Instead?

If you’re tired of paying the high cost of cable, consider dropping it and going for a streaming TV solution instead. Here’s how to do it, step by step.

Credit Card Debt? Pay No Interest for 15 Months
Credit Card Debt? Pay No Interest for 15 Months

Start conquering your balances by transferring them to this card with zero transfer fees and zero interest for the first 15 months.

4 Ways to Cut TV Costs to $25 a Month — or Less
4 Ways to Cut TV Costs to $25 a Month — or Less

Here’s how to ditch cable and satellite TV — and save a bundle — without giving up your favorite shows or features.

A Big Change to a Popular Medicare Option Might Increase Your Costs
A Big Change to a Popular Medicare Option Might Increase Your Costs

The countdown has begun to a change that will affect current and future Medicare policyholders. Find out what to do now to make sure you have the right coverage.

9 Simple Steps That Help Ward Off Dementia
9 Simple Steps That Help Ward Off Dementia

Making lifestyle changes offers a relatively simple and inexpensive way to avoid the high costs of developing dementia, a brain disorder whose causes include Alzheimer’s disease.

6 Silly Ways to Wreck Your Credit Without Realizing It
6 Silly Ways to Wreck Your Credit Without Realizing It

A tumbling credit score is deadly serious, but the way you arrive at such a freefall can be downright silly.

12 Ways to Slice Your Next Restaurant Check in Half
12 Ways to Slice Your Next Restaurant Check in Half

These tips will help you cut restaurant costs by up to 50 percent, if not more.

What ‘Sell By’ and ‘Use By’ Dates on Food Really Mean
What ‘Sell By’ and ‘Use By’ Dates on Food Really Mean

At least 90 percent of Americans throw out food each year because they don’t understand the meaning of dates stamped on packages. Here is how to stay safe.

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